The consumer packaging manufacturer has collaborated with United Arab Emirates based company, Scitra in a bid to cater to the high demand for aerosols in the region by ultimately establishing a closer relationship with these markets.
According to the most recent research from DMG events Middle East, one in every ten consumers in UAE are spending AED 60,000 (€12,500) a year on cosmetics, the equivalent of a one-bedroom apartment in Dubai Marina or a small car.
All over the world men are paying more attention to how they look, with social status and changing lifestyles combined with increase expenditure boosting the men’s grooming products market, and the United Arab Emirates is no different.
The United Arab Emirates has notified the World Trade Organization's Committee of a new draft proposal on cosmetics regulation that contains a requirement for companies to label cosmetic products containing nanomaterials.
The colour cosmetics segment is expected to capitalise on the personal care glory as well as the booming retail industry in the United Arab Emirates and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 27.9 per cent during 2010-2015.
As recent market research perceives the United Arab Emirates cosmetics market as reaching as high as €104 million (Dh 514 million) by 2014, caviar is also noted as gaining momentum as a key skin care ingredient.
Cosmetics giant L’Oréal has looked to bolster its presence in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by establishing a new subsidiary based on a joint venture with Al Naghi Group; a move which will create local jobs.
The United Arab Emirates has notified the World Trade Organization's Committee of a new draft proposal on perfume regulation in an effort, it says to get in line with global fragrance industry standards.
The cosmetics industry in Poland has been given increased importance and has been chosen as a key industry to promote the Polish economy to international markets, culminating in an international conference dedicated to discussing it this month.
The Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) has shipped its first consignment of ethanolamines and ethoxylates from its manufacturing plant in Jubail, making Saudi Arabia the first ever country in the Middle East to produce and market these advanced...
An increase in consumer demand for green and organic products has seen the natural cosmetics market in the Middle East grow 20 per cent in 2011, with the UAE market comprising the major portion of regional demand.
Fragrance Foundation Arabia has announced the first annual FiFi fragrance awards for the United Arab Emirates will take place this year on 27 October 2010, two years after the regional arm of the global industry body was founded.
Latest market research suggests that the Middle Eastern market for
cosmetics and personal care products is set to experience major
growth this year as the region's economy and retailers continue to
experience significant growth.